Independent Czech studio Warhorse managed to sell in a million copies released last week Kingdom Come: Deliverance. This game designer and screenwriter Daniel Vavra (Mafia, Mafia II) wrote in his official Twitter account. Approximately half the sales fell on the PC platform.
Seems that we have sold million copies in first week. Thank you! Patch is coming. pic.twitter.com/FM76QqxbtO
— Daniel Vávra ⚔ (@DanielVavra) February 22, 2018
A little more detail about the intermediate results of the game sales told in an interview with the publication of Lupa studio executive director Martin Frivaldsky. He called the sales surprisingly positive. 45% of copies sold were sold through the Steam service for PC players.
The game has sold so much despite the fact that from the first days of the release the game was already on torrents. According to the service SteamSpy, in the licensed version of the game on PC played more than 470 000 people.
Recall that in our review game was awarded a score of 7 points.